A customer recently told me about her fishing expedition that resulted in a freezer filled with lemon fish. I asked for her address. Sadly, she did not oblige. She picked up a packet of Aloha Chicken & Fish Rub with plans to make foil packet lemon fish on Ash Wednesday. What a simple and delicious lenten menu solution. Aloha is a yummy combination of garlic, spices and sesame seeds for a savory-crunchy topping. Foil packet cooking is a convenient way to cook fish to steamy perfection...and clean up is a breeze.
Lemon fish or other fish filet
Yellow Squash, cut in large slices or chunks
Zucchini, cut in large slices or chunks
Red onion, thinly sliced
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Rub the fish with the Aloha Chicken and Fish Rub. Cut a piece of foil--about 10 inches or large enough to create a packet around the fish and veggies. Drizzle 2 tsp olive oil on foil and place fish filet on oil. Place the veggies around the fish and sprinle with a little Aloha. Bring the ends and sides of the foil together and pinch to create a packet with airspace above the fish to allow it to steam. Bake for about 20 minutes or until the fish is cooked through and flakes easily.